Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines


  • Vida logging draws a crowd

    Area residents had a chance to hear about the Bureau of Land Management’s plans for logging near Vida at a public meeting last Thursday. Agency staffers with backgrounds ranging from fish biologists to silviculurists explained some of
  • Cambier and Farin highlight second successful day at UC Davis tournament
    The Ducks continue to roll in Northern California. Oregon will be represented by senior Robin Cambier and sophomore Kevin Farin in the finals of the doubles bracket Sunday on the campus of UC Davis in Davis, Calif. The Ducks duo will be up against the
  • Volunteers scour Willamette River for trash
    Hundreds of people in the Willamette Valley lent a hand on a sunny fall Saturday to clean up the river of the same name.
  • Cheserek leads Oregon cross country men to victory at Dellinger Invitational
    Led once again by freshman Edward Cheserek, the Oregon men took home its second team win in as many weeks on Saturday at the Bill Dellinger Invitational. There were approximately 1,500 in attendance on a warm and sunny Saturday at the Springfield Count
  • Campus-area crime round-up on Oct. 5
    On Oct. 5, the first Friday of fall term, 40 UO students were arrested, cited or warned by the Eugene Police Department, primarily for party related offenses. Most were given in the west and south of campus, according to the EPD. The citations and char
  • Chris Miller: Missed Practices to Blame for South’s 31-14 Loss to Grants Pass
    Chris Miller wasn’t shy with his critiques when his players gathered around him for a post-game meeting Friday. Miller was “sick and tired” of his players
  • Volleyball drops second straight Pac-12 battle
    Although the Oregon volleyball team had a week off from competition, the result was the same as the last time they took the floor. After suffering a four-set loss last Friday against the No. 2 Washington Huskies, the Ducks fell in another four sets to
  • Oregon Over Colorado
    Heading into Oregon’s game today against Colorado, one of the biggest match-ups to watch was star wide receiver Paul Richardson against the Ducks’ secondary, led by cornerbacks Terrance Mitchell and Ifo Ekpre-Olomu. And all it took was Colo

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